For $90.00 a pair probably. But no way of knowing at this time. The one review does state issues with volume above 60 mph so keep that in mind. I would suspect that they don't work with other brands. Just remember you get what you pay for.
If you have the money and are looking for a headset check out Sena or Cardo Scala.
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We really like our new Sena helmet sets, but it did take a little time to figure out how to use them. The Scala Cardos we used to have were a bit more intuitive to operate, but the Senas seem to have better sound quality (of course, the Scala sets were much older, so probably old technology).
The Cardo Packtalk Bold is the most advanced headset on the market with its DMC intercom technology. If you ride with more than four buddies it will painlessly communicate between up to 15 riders or riders and passengers. When I was trying to sell my wife on the purchase of the Cardo Packtalk and told her it could communicate between 15 headsets she promptly came back and said I don't have that many friends, brutal. I have ridden in a group of five of us with Packtalks and they are simply the best way to safely pass on information for everyone to hear. Shut them down at night to recharge then restart them in the morning and all of that button pushing and "can you hear me now" chatter goes away. The one drawback that is manageable is the one rider who likes to talk all the time but that can be handled by just a simple back and forth swipe on the volume knob to mute the your unit. There are three Bluetooth channels for phones and GPS, two Bluetooth channels for legacy Cardo units, and then the DMC channel with up to 15 units. They can communicate with Senas too. They are expensive but worth it. Cardo also has great warranty backup.
Son bought a pair of them for wife and I for Christmas. Have installed on a new modular Nolan helmet, but haven't had an opportunity to ride with it, due to weather. Pairs with phone, makes and receives phone calls clearly. Plays tunes from phone as well. Haven't installed on wife's helmet yet. Will let you know how well that goes.